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Const data Globally Declared in 'c' is getting allocated in DATA REGION but not in the RODATA region. Any Solutions?

Hi Team,

I have written two test cases, example1.c and example2.c




const char buf[11]="HelloWorld";

int foo(int value){
     return (value + 1);

Cannot finalize the result: Insufficient memory

I use the 2013 update 12 version and I have this issue while profiling a huge application. It seems that the finalisation process reach the 32bits limit of intel amplifier and I could not find a 64bits of intel amplifier XE gui.

Is there a solution? Why not provide a 64bits guid executable? I am only interested in the resolution of a few module, can I exclude the other (I did not find how to do it)?

This is critical as it means that intel amplifier is useless for my team as our application as outgrow the capacity of VTune.

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